The Par-fect Prezzie: Make Dad’s Day with Topgolf


Ahead of Father’s Day, the popular
Topgolf Father’s Day packages are returning to all three UK venues (Chigwell, Surrey, Watford), offering the chance to learn from a PGA-professional coach at a reduced price.

Dads can either enjoy a 30-minute (£45) or 60-minute (£65) lesson that comes with a complimentary Topgolf golf glove, or groups of up to 5 guests can book a 60-minute
fast-track Coach lesson with a £40 food and drink voucher included for just £120.

As they tidy up their skills, they will learn everything needed to play like a pro, from perfecting their stance, to having the ultimate backswing, to hitting with greater
power and accuracy all taught by a Topgolf PGA accredited coach.

Topgolf caters for all dietary needs, with a choice of delicious burgers, skewers and wraps all available for dads to snack on. Vegan and veggie options are also available.

Interested parties must buy in advance from the Topgolf website with each offer subject to availability. Guests will select their chosen venue, before being prompted to sign in and pay. Once registered on the Proagenda website, lessons are bookable any time, but must be redeemed before December 31st

Each Topgolf Venue is catered to help players of all golfing ability, whether a seasoned professional of the sport or a first-time golfer looking to learn the basics.

Topgolf UK Gift Cards are also available to purchase online, offering the perfect opportunity to spoil dad all year round. Amounts of up to £250 can be loaded onto one voucher
and are available to purchase on the Topgolf website.

Topgolf Senior
Marketing Manager, Michael Hay, commented: ”As Father’s Day approaches, we’re delighted to be offering packages that encourage families to treat dad to a gift
they’ll truly love. Book now to avoid missing out!

“Our offer is flexible and can be booked around their schedule, giving dad’s a chance to train with a pro, whilst celebrating with the family. We look forward to welcoming
everyone down!”

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